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President rides high in first year

President Duterte ended his first year as Chief Executive yesterday as a hugely popular leader after taking Filipinos on a promised “rough ride” of drug war killings and foreign policy U-turns.

Filipinos want the next president to increase workers’ salaries and address the illegal drugs menace, a recent Pulse Asia survey said. Thirty-eight percent of respondents said they want the new president to increase workers’ salaries while 36 percent said the next Chief Executive should address the widespread peddling and use of illegal drugs.

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Opposition chieftain Vice President Jejomar Binay vowed to liberalize the granting of government-funded scholarships to students if and when he becomes the next Chief Executive.

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Canadian Information Technology (IT) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jonathan Sowah, in partnership with veteran journalist Cynthia Sycip, has launched ipilipinas.com, a place in cyberspace where migrant Filipinos can discuss their views, know the latest news, and hang out with their families and friends.

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Manila, Philippines – The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Vietnam President Truong Tang is scheduled to visit the Philippines later this month. According to the DFA, an Action Plan for 2011-2016 is expected to be approved and launched during Tang’s visit to drive the 11 areas of cooperation reviewed by senior officials of both […]

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Manila, Philippines – Malacañang defended Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Sixto Brillantes yesterday from calls to resign by a lawyer of former President now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. Presidential spokesman Edwin F. Lacierda said Malacanang stands by the credibility of Brillantes. Arroyo’s lawyer, Atty. Inocencio Ferrer, called for Brillantes to resign after the Comelec […]

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